Archive for October 15th, 2019

Oil prices edge higher as OPEC hints at deeper output cuts

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Because of big price increases and more modest income gains, black households can afford 25% of homes for sale, off from 39% in 2012, Redfin says.

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<p>The complaint filed Monday by the state's Gaming Control Board lists sexual misconduct allegations that have been lodged against the mogul since January 2018. The complaint asks Nevada's Gaming Commission, which acts on the board's recommendations and has final say on licensing, to fine Wynn and revoke his status as being found suitable to be licensed in the industry.</p>

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Activist investor D.E. Shaw puts Emerson Electric’s crusty corporate habits on display. It’s not a good look.

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A lull in home sales earlier this year helped build much-needed supply, but a sharp drop in rates this summer brought demand back and has dramatically depleted that inventory.

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Truck drivers typically are paid by the mile, regardless of gender. But safety issues remain.

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If you're disappointed in your upcoming raise, consider this a silver lining.

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A new report found that one in nine used vehicles sold from AutoNation contained defects.

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<p>Some of the biggest public pension funds in the United States have invested in one of the world's largest purveyors of video surveillance systems that the U.S. government claims are used in wide-scale repression of the Muslim population of western China.</p>

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Industries have always come and gone thanks to changes in society. Whether it’s down to advances in technology, lack of demand or government policies, no sector is completely safe.

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<p>Stocks opened higher on Tuesday as the corporate earnings season got off to a strong start.</p><p></p>

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A new report found that one in nine used vehicles sold from AutoNation contained defects.

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Truck drivers typically are paid by the mile, regardless of gender. But safety issues remain.

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